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Time Out says
Wed Jun 20 2012
Taking up residency in 1999, animal-tastic musical ‘The Lion King’ shows no signs of moving out of the Lyceum, its vibrant yellow banners as much a part of the theatre’s exterior as its original, nineteenth-century portico. On the plus side, at least the Lyceum is being used. The theatre – once managed by Henry Irving – has stood dark and dormant for periods of its history. It hasn’t always operated as a theatre either, the venue variously renovated into a wartime ballroom and transformed into a gig venue where The Clash, Bob Marley, and The Who all played.
What's on at Lyceum Theatre
Musicals, Show tunes, Pop
West End star and former Eurovision contestant Wilkinson embarks on a solo tour, singing the hits from all the productions he's starred in: 'Jesus Christ Superstar', 'The Phantom of the Opera', 'Les Misérables' and more.
West End, Musicals, theatre & performing arts (kids)
- Rating: 4/5
The posters have been plastered around the London Underground for 12 years – long enough for this show to rack up 5,000 performances – but nothing prepares you for the sheer impact of 'The Lion King's opening sequence. With the surge of 'Circle Of Life'...